Candida and Dog's Health
We believe that dog candidiasis may be a factor in many of your dog's health problems.
What is Candida Albicans?
It is a yeast infection of the bloodstream that can cause a wide variety of symptoms from skin rashes, ear infections, bloating, loss of energy…etc. It is an unfriendly soft shell yeast that grows normally in the intestinal tract.
In a healthy dog with a normally-functioning immune system, there is a balanced level of normal flora in the body which mean there is a good balance of the friendly bacteria and a small amount of naturally-occurring yeast.
Yeast overgrowth, however, occurs when a dog’s immune system is out of balance.
What is it that leads to the condition known as Candidiasis?
Obviously, if the normal protective mechanism that keeps the unfriendly yeast of the Candida at bay in the intestine gets weakened, then we are going to have problems. The normal protection against the Candida in the intestine are the friendly bacteria such as the most common strain known as acidophilus. There is another friendly yeast known as lactic acid yeast that also helps us keep Candida at bay.
It makes sense then that if something happens to a pet’s friendly bacteria, then the unfriendly bacteria is going to grow. The yeast then begins to proliferate. The numbers get so intense that the unfriendly yeast begin to climb directly through the intestinal lining into the bloodstream. It can do this because it is a soft shell yeast.
Once the Candida gets into the bloodstream, it can play havoc with a dog’s body. Research has shown that the Candida loves toxic foods. Whenever it is fed toxic foods, it will produce some 42 different toxins that can cause problems in the body or aggravate existing problems. Therefore, there is not one particular symptom that the Candida will always cause. It can be a variety of symptoms, all the way from skin rashes to ear infections. The list of Candida symptoms, therefore, can be very long.
Before healing bladder, kidney and liver problems, candida must be contained and reduced in volume allowing the friendly bacteria to take its place in the digestive system.
We will guide you in what to do to contain candida and allow your dog to regain the integrity of his/her digestive system so that their bladder, kidney and liver problems can be healed.
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We would love to learn more about your dog’s condition so please take a few minutes to contact us and ask for a list of questions that will allow us to make the proper recommendations to help your dog.
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